Category Archives for "Fertility After 40"

How To Be A Confident Pregnant Woman – After So Much History

​How To Be A Confident Pregnant Woman    ​Are you wondering how to be a confident pregnant woman? Especially after so much fertility history. Or infertility history as we have been programmed to view it. ​This audio and post came about in response to a message I received from Chloe who is 45 and pregnant. Here […]

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Creating New Eggs After 40 – Research

​Creating New Eggs After 40       ​We have been taught that creating new eggs is not possible after 40. Forget the ‘after 40’ bit actually. The download that women have received about our ​eggs, is that they:Are ​Limited – we are born with all we will ever have. ​​Are Decreasing in Value – […]

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Don’t Want Donor Eggs? – 3 Tips

Don’t Want Donor Eggs    There are many reasons why women don’t want donor eggs to create their family. These range from feeling ‘I want my baby to have my genes’ to being worried about the cost of ivf. And a whole host between and beyond those. That’s before considering a partner’s preferences – if […]

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Punished For Thinking I Can Have A Baby?

​Punished For Thinking I Can Have A Baby   ​Have you ever thought to yourself “I’m being punished for thinking I can have a baby”? ​At your age? It’s not a notion that is limited to women of 40 plus on the fertility journey of course. But it is one that demands more attention – from women in […]

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Can I Start Ovulating After Menopause?

Start Ovulating After Menopause?   ​Would you like to start ovulating after menopause? It’s a topic that is coming up more and more often in the world of fertility. And that, in my opinion, is a very good thing! This audio and article below were inspired by a question I received from Tracey – one of […]

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Miscarriage After 40

Miscarriage After 40  ​Due to the dominant ​beliefs about how age affects fertility​, worry around having a miscarriage after 40 lurks in the background for many of us on the fertility journey. In part, that happens because women’s own contributions to the age and fertility after 40 statistics have not been factored in. And in […]

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